of Antares, by Alan Burt Akers. The ninth book in the Dray
Prescot series. The problem with being a spy is that you have to make
friends with the enemy, and Dray Prescot's mission, and his life, was
perilously balanced upon the razor-edged blades of loyalty versus
Temple of the Sun, by Moyra Caldecott. The second book in the
Guardians of the Tall Stones series, in which Kyra trains to be a
priestess of the Sun.
on the Stones, by Moyra Caldecott. This book continues the story
of Kyra, priest of the Temple of the Sun, who, with her husband the Lord
Khu-ren, has guided their civilisation to a time of spiritual strength,
psychic energy, and communal peace. But there is a shadow on the Stones
-- the spreading influence of the terrible god Groth, dark god of chaos
and barbarity. Only the priests of the Temple have the means to resist
the tides of destruction...
Prince of Shadows, by Jennifer
St. Clair. Book 1 of The
Shadows Trilogy. When
Simon's father appeared at the castle door with a vampire in tow and
apologies on his lips, Simon fell under his spell just like everyone
else and welcomed him home. But Terrin did not return to live quietly
in his brother's kingdom. He had other plans, and with Simon's
untrained powers at his disposal, he begins his plan to destroy the
Seven Kingdoms and rule them all, beginning with his brother's death.
Promised Ones, by Robert Beers. Book 1 of The Wells
End Chronicles. Over a thousand years ago Labad prophesied the
coming of the two who would deliver the world from devastation. Now
the time has arrived and the destroyer is on its way. Adam
and Charity, twins from the far northwest, know that something is
going on and that the prophecy is pointing in their direction. It's up
to them to prevent the destruction of all they've ever known.
by Dan Donoghue.
Book 1 of the Red Queen series. The
Red Queen has brought something from the past, the "Before
Time," to influence the war she is fomenting. Three diverse
mutant outcasts must go on a dangerous quest through warring nations,
religious fanatics and the supposedly impassable "Fire-Time
Sands" to discover just what the relic is, and to find a way to
neutralise its influence, or warfare will rip the civilisation apart.
Fall of Fyorlund, by Roger Taylor. Book Two of the epic fantasy
series The Chronicles of Hawklan. The darkness of ancient times
is spreading over the land of Fyorlund and tainting even the Great
Harmony of Orthlund. At the centre of this corruption is the King's
advisor, the evil Lord Dan-Tor, who is determined to destroy the peace
and surrender the land to his Dark Lord, Sumeral. The people look to
Hawklan to make a stand against Dan-Tor. But is he a healer or a
Call of the Sword,
by Roger Taylor. Book One of the epic fantasy series The
Chronicles of Hawklan. The healer, Hawklan -- a man with no memory
of the past -- arrives to take possession of the castle of Anderras
Darion. It is whispered that Mandrocs are abroad again and that the
Dark Lord himself is stirring. In the remote fastness of Anderras
Darion, Hawklan feels the echoes of an ancient power and the unknown,
yet strangely familiar, call to arms...
in a Stone House, by Bryn Pearson. Meditative tale of love and
striving in an oppressive society.
by Jim Farris.
This is the story of Merle Mousefinder, the little Mustie of the
Wild Wood, and Xaa, an enormous carnivorous mouse. Book I of a
four-book series called The Oerth Cycle. Each book
contains a dramatic three-hour MIDI soundtrack that accompanies
Circle of Arcs, by Kate Saundby. Joan of Arc and an
alien sorcerer, time travel and a centuries-old mystery, Gilles
de Rais on a modern city street. Why?
Thoughtmaster's Conduit, by Kerry Orchard. Haunted
by the death of his wife and the blood of vengeance on his
hands, Rhan alone has the power to become the Thoughtmaster -
and he has been chosen by the Wakhanee to save his world from
Geometries, by Ardath Mayhar. Discovering
her own Council means to assassinate her, Princess Karenya flees
the city hoping to reach her cousin.
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